In November of 2013, ISA President Larry Clinton traveled to India at the invitation of the State Department to speak about cybersecurity issues in the international context.
In Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Clinton spoke with T. K. Ramachandran, a member of the board of governors and the secretary of the ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu. The academy is a non-profit organization that prepares students in the information technology industry. Clinton also had an opportunity to attend a roundtable event organized by the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce.
While in Mumbai, Clinton spoke at length with MTV India as a part of the MTV Webbed initiative, an opportunity that provided exposure to the issue of cybersecurity to a broad, international audience. Additionally, he delivered a presentation to the Data Security Council of India, an industry self-regulatory body. While there, he also gave an interview with Digit Magazine, the premier technology magazine of India.
While attending these events, Clinton described the importance of economic incentives to the growth, implementation, and wide-spread uses of quality cybersecurity practices and defenses. He stressed the importance of market incentives to guide sustainable cybersecurity. He also discussed the best practices and standards found in the ISA Social Contract. Download (pdf) a keynote presentation Clinton delivered during the India Economics of Cybersecurity Conference.